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John Keim ESPN Staff Writer 

Redskins coach Jay Gruden said linebacker Reuben Foster is undergoing an MRI now so they don't have more information. Foster suffered a left leg injury on the third snap from scrimmage during today's voluntary OTA session. Quarterback Dwayne Haskins said Foster "got rolled up on." He was carted off the field.

Katherine Terrell ESPN Staff Writer 

The Bengals are out here for OTAs for the first time under Zac Taylor. Among those not practicing and working on the rehab field are AJ Green, Joe Mixon, Tyler Eifert, Clint Boling, Ryan Glasgow, Carl Lawson, Mason Schreck, Rod Taylor and Rodney Anderson

Mike Triplett ESPN Staff Writer 

Sean Payton talked about his photo-shopped tweet of Zion Williamson in a Saints uniform while at the Saints Hall of Fame Celebrity Golf Classic on Monday — clarifying that Zion projects more as a DE than a TE.

John Keim ESPN Staff Writer 

Redskins linebacker Reuben Foster was carted off the practice field after the team's third rep at the start of their first organized team activity practice. Foster slammed the turf multiple times with his fist and was comforted by several team officials.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Interim GM/coach Adam Gase has made his second personnel move as the man in charge, signing free-agent punter Matt Darr — his punter with the Dolphins in 2016. Gase cut Darr in 2017. Darr resurfaced late last season with the Bills, punting in five games. Darr will be competition for incumbent Lachlan Edwards.

Jordan Raanan ESPN Staff Writer 

Some Giants injury updates after watching practice and listening to Pat Shurmur: —CB Corey Ballentine was outside standing and watching practice. It will take time to get back on field after getting shot in backside. I asked Shurmur if training camp was reasonable. "Hopefully sooner," he said. —RT Mike Remmers (back surgery) worked on the side with a trainer. Be back for training camp "for sure." —LT Nate Solder not at practice after a cleanup in ankle last week. It "flared up" recently. Be back for training camp. —QB Kyle Lauletta had a "knee cleanup" earlier this offseason. He was at practice but did very little. Should be back soon. Some other Giants (Dexter Lawrence, Antoine Bethea, Dalvin Tomlinson) not at practice because of travel issues related to weather.

Jeff Legwold ESPN Senior Writer 

Now that the Indianapolis Colts have signed Chad Kelly, three former Denver Broncos draft picks at quarterback over the last five years are now on rosters elsewhere. Kelly was the Broncos' seventh-round pick in 2017. Paxton Lynch, now with the Seattle Seahawks, was Denver's first-round pick in 2016 and Trevor Siemian, a seventh-round pick in 2015, is with the New York Jets. Kelly played just one regular-season snap for the Broncos -- a kneel-down this past season -- and Lynch made just four starts for the Broncos. The Broncos used their fourth draft pick on a quarterback in the last five drafts last month when they selected Drew Lock in the second round -- 41st overall.

Jordan Raanan ESPN Staff Writer 

Giants begin OTAs on Monday. First opportunity to get on the field with full squad and practice with offense vs. defense. Also likely the first time we hear from QB Eli Manning since the drafting of Daniel Jones.

Mike Triplett ESPN Staff Writer 

Chiefs safety and New Orleans native Tyrann Mathieu hosted his fourth annual "Heart of a Badger" football camp Sunday at the Saints' practice facility. Mathieu, who hosted a weekend of events that included a "Taste of New Orleans" welcome party and a celebrity kickball game, said it's important for him to give back to a community that supported him so much during some turbulent times in his life. "First and foremost, I embody everything that is New Orleans, that is Louisiana," said Mathieu, who said the city has dealt with a lot of adversity and had to overcome and build back "like me."